Diddy Accused of Drugging and Sexually Assaulting Woman in 1991

Music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs is facing yet another sexual assault allegation. Just days after settling a similar lawsuit with his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura, Combs has been accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman on a date in 1991.

The complaint, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on Thursday, alleges that Combs assaulted Joi Dickerson-Neal, a former Syracuse University student, after a dinner date in Harlem. The alleged assault occurred after Combs gave Dickerson-Neal drugs that rendered her unable to stand or walk.

The complaint goes on to state that Combs drove Dickerson-Neal to a music studio “where she could not get out of the car” before taking her “to a place he was staying to sexually assault her.” He also allegedly videotaped the assault without Dickerson-Neal’s knowledge or consent.

Dickerson-Neal claims the alleged assault sent her life “into a tailspin,” forcing her to  drop out of college after being hospitalized for “severe depression and suicide ideation.” She also claims she has continued to struggle with her mental health and career in the years since.


“Still today, Ms. Dickerson continues to work on her emotional health, economic recovery and finishing her college degree. Seeking accountability from Combs under the law is one more step in that journey,” the court filing reads.

Combs, 54, has denied the allegations, calling them a “money grab.” However, the lawsuit comes just days after the Bad Boy founder settled a similar lawsuit with Ventura.

The allegations against Combs have also prompted his longtime rival 50 Cent to hint at a potential “Surviving P Diddy” documentary. Following new accusations of assault against former Bad Boy president Harve Pierre, 50 Cent has suggested that there may be other women who are prepared to speak out about their experiences with Combs and the Bad Boy Entertainment label.


Combs has not yet publicly commented on the allegations.

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